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TROY First Lady teaches etiquette to future leaders

A group of 45 students and five Chancellor's Fellows took part in an etiquette class hosted by TROY First Lady Janice Hawkins.

A group of 45 students and five Chancellor's Fellows took part in an etiquette class hosted by TROY First Lady Janice Hawkins.

Troy University First Lady Janice Hawkins believes in the importance of good manners.

For years, she has conducted etiquette classes for leadership students and Chancellor’s Fellows, and Monday saw a new group learn from her example.

The three-hour class doubled as a luncheon, in which students learned rules of etiquette related to dining and socializing,…

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Local teachers excited to learn at Wiregrass leadership academy

Dothan Police Cpl. Jeremy Conner leads a bomb squad robot demonstration during the Wiregrass leadership academy in Dothan.

Dothan Police Cpl. Jeremy Conner leads a bomb squad robot demonstration during the Wiregrass leadership academy in Dothan.

At times, the teachers resembled their own students during the third day of the Wiregrass Math, Science and Technology Leadership Academy at Troy University’s Dothan Campus.

As Dothan Police Cpl. Jeremy Conner led one of his bomb squad robots into the Harrison Room of Malone Hall, the dozens of area teachers couldn’t hide their childlike…

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HOBY conference aims to improve leadership in youth

For the 13th time, the Troy Campus hosts the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Conference this weekend.

For the 13th time, the Troy Campus hosts the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Conference this weekend.

More than 300 rising high school juniors are on Troy University’s Troy Campus for the Alabama Leadership Seminar’s Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Conference May 26-28.

The event marks the 13th time in the conference’s 32-year history in Alabama that it will be held at the University.

Modeled after HOBY’s World Leadership Congress, and part…

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TROY student, adopted at 6 months old, returns to birth city for conference

TROY sophomore Kaitlin Beyler, who was born in Vietnam, recently visited the city of her birth for the first time.

TROY sophomore Kaitlin Beyler, who was born in Vietnam, recently visited the city of her birth for the first time.

Adopted at just 6 months old, Kaitlin Beyler had never seen her homeland.

In August, the sophomore biomedical sciences major stepped foot in the city of her birth for the first time, as part of a week-long leadership conference in Hanoi, Vietnam.

“I never got the chance to go back, just because it was so…

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TROY students attend leadership symposium in Vietnam

TROY students attend leadership symposium in Vietnam

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